Participation in an annual event to spruce up Detroit neighborhoods has soared as residents, churches and organizations pitch in to help turn the city around.
Founder of ARISE Detroit, Luther Keith, has been a passionate supporter of Detroit community for years.
The overall sentiment was that “enough is enough” when it comes to crime in the city and that too many innocent bystanders are the victims of such crimes.
In addition to more than 70 beautification projects, there will be festivals, health fairs and entertainment events that day
State Representative David Nathan said that the Rippling Hope Project will help repair homes in northwest Detroit with the help of out-of-state volunteers.
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Kids played hopscotch in Detroit Saturday as part of Arise Detroit’s Neighborhoods Day.
It’s a major community partnership that will benefit more than a dozen Detroit Public Schools and their surrounding neighborhoods.
Detroit officials are looking for volunteers to help spruce up the city.
It’s the fifth annual Arise Detroit Neighborhoods Day. The festival is full of food, music and information about dealing with daily issues.